A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League.Jokanovic spoke to Hornets 'many days' before appointment (Watford Observer): New Watford head coach Slavisa Jokanovic says he was speaking to the Hornets for several days before replacing Billy McKinlay on Tuesday.
Owls boss throws down gauntlet to trio (The Sheffield Star): Sheffield Wednesday head coach Stuart Gray has challenged his fringe wingers to force their way into his thoughts over the international break.
Chesterfield boss Paul Cook praises Myles Wright after Spireites debut (Derbyshire Times): Young goalkeeper Myles Wright will have gained bags of experience after making his first league appearance in Chesterfield’s win over Sheffield United, believes boss Paul Cook.
Valiants look to sign striker after completing Remie Streete loan (The Sentinel): Port Vale have turned their attentions to a striker after completing the signing Newcastle United defender Remie Streete on a one-month-loan yesterday.
Ibehre set for Latics bow (ESPN):Jabo Ibehre could make his Oldham debut against former club Walsall this weekend, but fellow striker Conor Wilkinson will make the last appearance of his loan spell.
Mark Robins linked with Scunthorpe manager vacancy (Sky Sports): Scunthorpe United are in advanced talks with Mark Robins over their managerial vacancy, Sky sources understand.
Cambridge boss wary of Oxford United's 'modern philosophy (Oxford Mail): Oxford United’s style will give Cambridge United a different challenge tomorrow, according to head coach Richard Money.
AFC Wimbledon boss: “I am so proud to deliver first win” (Your Local Guardian): Neal Ardley desperately wanted to be the man to orchestrate AFC Wimbledon’s first ever win over MK Dons, and on an emotional night just off the M1 he delivered.
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